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2012 FNF - Islam Civil Society and Market Economy

2012 FNF - Islam Civil Society and Market Economy

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Published by Fnf Pakistan
edited by Attila Yayla

Why do not we see “real” democracies in Islamic countries? Does this mean that Islam is inherently incompatible with democracy? The Turkish Intellectual Atilla Yayla examines this question with few other authors. His own resumée: “I am much more optimistic, after reading such a good collection of articles, about the future of democracy, civil society, and market economy in Islamic countries in general and in Turkey in particular.”
edited by Attila Yayla

Why do not we see “real” democracies in Islamic countries? Does this mean that Islam is inherently incompatible with democracy? The Turkish Intellectual Atilla Yayla examines this question with few other authors. His own resumée: “I am much more optimistic, after reading such a good collection of articles, about the future of democracy, civil society, and market economy in Islamic countries in general and in Turkey in particular.”

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Published by: Fnf Pakistan on Apr 30, 2013
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Islam, Civil Soceityand Market Economy
 Atilla Yayla
 
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Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the contents of this publication. The authors or the organization do not accept any responsibility of any omission as itis not deliberate. Nevertheless, we will appreciate provision of accurate information toimprove our work.
Editor Atilla YaylaFirst Published by Liberté Books, Maltepe (Turkey), in 1999.
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Liberté Books 2002 (Second Print), ISBN: 975-6877-15-4 The Friedrich-Naumann-Stiftung für die Freiheit thanks editor and publishing house for their accord for the special publication in Pakistan.
Friedrich-Naumann-Stiftung für die Freiheit
Post Box 1733House 19, Street 19, F-6/2, 44000 Islamabad – Pakistan Tel: +92 51 2 27 88 96, 2 82 08 96Fax: +92 51 2 27 99 15pakistan@fnst.org  www.southasia.fnst.org ISBN: 978-969-9515-34-7First Edition: October 2012Layout: dzignet, Islamabad. www.dzignet.comPrinting: Pictorial Printers, Islamabad
 Title Illustration:
 The artist, designer, calligraphist, and poet RiffatKhattak (Muhammad Riffatullah Khan) belongs to Shaidu (AkoraKhattak, Province Khyber-Pakhtoonkhwa) the native town of thegreat Pakhtoon poet Khushal Khan Khattak. His aspiration is peaceand harmony and he feels hurt about the current turmoil prevailing in the world in general and in Pakistan in particular. He conveys hismessage of peace in the language of brush. He has arranged many solo and group exhibitions throughout Pakistan, also on PTV and AVT Khyber morethan one times, and his work was selected for SAARC Artist Camp exhibition in Sri Lanka. The Pakistani Art Authorities have graced him with National Awards and SS Hyder Awards three times. Additionally, Khattak is in an active member of SHANKHT ArtForum for Peace and Nomad in Islamabad.

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